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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
In the research field of Artificial Life, the concepts of emergence and adaptation form the basis of a class of models which describes reproducing individuals whose characteristics evolve over time. These models allow to investigate the laws of evolution, to observe emergent phenomena at individual and population level, and additionally yield new design techniques for computer animation and robotics industries. This paper presents an introductory non-exhaustive survey of the constitutive workdoi:10.1007/11740698_20 fatcat:2junomu33bfa3p6g4xjms7a3qm